A garage band originating from Los Angeles California. They released a number of singles and eventually one album in 1970, including some re-recorded versions of older material, on Peruvian label El Vierrey.
- Rex Paris - bass (01-15), vocals (01-09, 11-15)
- Bill Lynn - drums, vocals (02, 16, 17, 22)
- Keith Johnson - guitar (01-17), vocals (04, 05, 16, 17), bass (16, 17)
- Tom Crockett - guitar (01-08), backing vocals
The Ringers were more than just another typical '60s L.A. garage band among the myriad
in that city to be infected with Beatlemania. The fact that they have remained unknown to
even some of the most ardent devotees of mid-'60s rock is an injustice that is at last being
corrected all these decades down the track. The Ringers' originally released output consisted
of just three 45s that were issued between the years of 1964 and 1966, and a Peru-only LP
in 1970. The Vinyl LP presents the band?s most significant beat 'n' garage recordings.
including four single sides from the mid-'60s and six previously unreleased recordings from
the same period